With wildfire season well underway in the American West, attention is again turning to the role of forest management in causing or mitigating wildfires. How much of the severity and size of recent fires is due to management practices? How can we change forest management to mitigate the impact of fires? And what happens to a forest in the months and years after fire has passed?
A leaked draft suggests that the Supreme Court could overturn long-standing protections of abortion rights. What’s the reasoning behind such a decision, and what do legal scholars make of it? How did we get to this point, and what are the implications for other Supreme Court decisions? Join us on Thursday, May 12 at 12 p.m. PDT to discuss these and other questions are two experts from the UC Davis School of Law.
April is autism acceptance month, formerly autism awareness month. Since 1998 the UC Davis MIND Institute has been working to improve the lives of autistic and neurodivergent people, especially children, and their families and has seen many advances in understanding these conditions. We’re talking with three experts on this episode of UC Davis LIVE.
Six people died in the April 3 shooting in Sacramento, and this past holiday weekend saw at least four mass shootings across the country. Joining us Tuesday, April 19, 2022 to discuss these and other questions are two experts from the UC Davis Violence Prevention Research Program.
Energy prices were already rising before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine sent them soaring further. What is going on with the markets for fuel and fertilizer, and how do they intersect? What’s the outlook?
In 1970, a psychology professor created Blacks and Whites, a socially conscious monopoly-style game intended to teach the realities of race in America. Fifty years later, two comedians have produced an updated version of the game. Join us on Thursday, February 24 at 1 p.m. PST as we discuss the game, its new update, and the current reality of race in America.
Spring is coming and the stores are full of red hearts and candy. What does science have to tell us about how we fall in love, and with who? What makes us swipe left or right, and does that have anything to do with successful relationships?
Despite a rainy end to 2021, California is in the grip of a megadrought. What are the prospects for 2022, and what does it mean for the environment, farmers and communities? And, what is the role of climate change in all this? Join us on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at 2 p.m. PST and have your questions answered live by our experts.
It's the beginning of 2022, and it feels like we’ve been here before as a new coronavirus variant, #Omicron, rapidly spreads through the population. We have more knowledge about the virus and new tools such as vaccines and treatments that we didn’t have this time last year – but we also have a new and highly infectious variant.
The global system of supply and demand is going through some pains with container ships backed up at ports, unexpected shortages in stores - and rising prices. What is going on with the supply chain, for food and other products? What does it mean for the economy and the upcoming holiday season?
Just over a month ago a ruptured pipeline started pouring oil into the ocean off Huntington Beach in Southern California. Among the agencies responding to the spill was the Oiled Wildlife Care Network, a program of the Karen C. Drayer Wildlife Health Center at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.
California’s fire season is starting earlier - with bigger and more intense fires. Join us on Thursday, Oct. 21 at 11 a.m. PDT as we take your live questions and speak with Nathan Trauernicht, Fire Chief for UC Davis.
Millions of Americans have been vaccinated. Case rates have been falling nationally and in California. Governor Newsom has said California will lift all pandemic restrictions on June 15. So, where are we now? Is the pandemic nearly over, or is it too soon to declare victory?